The Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts, like the University itself, aspires to be a community of learning and to attract to the campus all those who wish to continue to cultivate the life of the mind, to whatever extent their busy lives permit, whether as full-time or part-time students or as visitors who are looking for lectures to listen to, dramatic productions to attend, or art exhibits to view. Many of these occasions are accompanied by receptions that give our community the opportunity to meet outside of class, to discuss subjects that concern us all, and to get to know each other better. Visitors are most welcome on such occasions, as they are in our classes, many of which can be attended by guests as part of our Community Education program.
This section of the website is designed to collect some of the material from these occasions and to make it generally available for those who wish to see what we do here.
Alma Tadema, Interior of the Church of San Clemente, Rome. 1863. Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, Netherlands.
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